2/19/2014 7:34:06 AM
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is trying to get more biotech entrepreneurs to work on global health, and it just hired another venture capitalist to give the initiative a boost. Charlotte Hubbert, a former vice president at H.I.G BioVentures and associate at Seattle-based Accelerator, is joining the Gates Foundation as a program investment officer on the program related investments team, she said in an e-mail. Hubbert, who did postdoctoral research on stem cells in the University of Washington lab of Randall Moon, is the second biotech VC to join the Gates Foundation in the past year.
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